(形容詞) 極度美味可口的,(尤指含有脂肪、糖和鹽之混合物的食物) 好吃得讓人上癮的。亦寫成 hyper-palatable

The Western world's obesity problem is driven by sugar and saturated fats, which — as my colleague Damian Thompson would tell you — stimulate the brain's reward system just as opioids and other drugs do. The so-called hyperpalatable foods, those loaded with fat, sugar and salt, can cause compulsive behaviour in a way that is very comparable to drug addiction (if you've quit booze for January, you might notice that you're eating more chocolate, to get the sugar fix usually provided by wine).
—Tom Chivers, "Sugar addiction: The best way to increase human freedom may be stricter laws," The Telegraph (London), January 9, 2014

The media have become masters at packaging stimuli in ways that our brains find irresistible, just as food engineers have become expert in creating "hyperpalatable foods by manipulating levels of sugar, fat, and salt." Distractibility might be regarded as the mental equivalent of obesity.
—Matthew Crawford, "The World Beyond Your Head," Farrar, Straus and Giroux, March 31, 2015